Essay 4 Social

Essay 4 Social - Robby Regan Tuesday 2:30 11/16/10 Social...

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Robby Regan Tuesday 2:30 11/16/10 Social Conformity Being in high school is never one of the easiest stages we have to go through to get to adulthood. High school includes many awkward and difficult times, which isn’t helped by the fact that everyone is hitting puberty at different times. All these changes happened so fast, our bodies changed, the size of the school grew, and importantly, our friends changed faster than any of us could imagine. The social aspect of high school was one of the most difficult obstacles I faced as a teenager. Stepping into high school, from a middle school that seemed so large, was intimidating. Especially as a freshman, making friends was not the easiest thing. There were so many different social groups in high school. If I thought that the friends I made that first week of high school were going to be my friends for all four years, I was not thinking clearly. The kids I became friends with influenced what social group they were in. Taking many advanced classes, I was put
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course PSYC 2004 taught by Professor Dmharris during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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